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What is the study of physics?

Physics in the scientific terms is the study of matter and energy and the interaction between them. The real purpose to study physics is to understand fundamental questions about everything and trying to answer by observing and experimenting.

When did modern physics start?

Physics started in the 20th century after the theory of quantum by Max Planck and the theory of relativity by Albert Einstein's.

Where can I work if I study physics?

You can work in different areas, after study physics, such as; high school or college physics teacher or lecturer, Accelerator Operator, Data Analyst, Lab Technician, design, Application and Laser Engineer and Accelerator Operator.

Who is the father of physics?

The father of physics is Albert Einstein. Hence, the title is not assigned to Albert Einstein. This title is also assigned to the Galileo Galilei, Sir Isaac Newton, and Albert Einstein in western culture.

Why do we study physics?

We study physics to understand the world around us. Physics deals with the basic questions like how things work. We also study so that we can answer the fundamental understanding of universe.

How many are the laws of physics?

There are three laws of physics known as Newton’s three laws of motion such as Newton's first law, Newton's second law and Newton's third law.

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